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A systematic literature review exploring the facilitators and barriers of reintegration to secondary mainstream schools through ‘alternative provision’
Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties  (IF),  Pub Date : 2021-08-23, DOI: 10.1080/13632752.2021.1963119
Chynna Owen, Kevin Woods, Andy Stewart

ABSTRACT

This systematic review synthesises the existing research evidence regarding the experiences of young people reintegrated to a mainstream secondary school (MSS) through alternative provision (AP), following permanent exclusion. Eight studies, including one international study, were critically appraised and synthesised following PRISMA guidelines. Three global themes were identified: outcomes of reintegration; factors that support reintegration (facilitators); factors that limit reintegration success (barriers). Findings were configured into a chronological reintegration journey model that outlines the facilitating and limiting factors at three specific stages of the reintegration process: AP support; reintegration planning; reintegration and MSS support. Bringing together multiple stakeholder perspectives from a variety of data sources, this model can serve as a framework for practitioners involved within the reintegration process. This review evidences variability in the methodological quality of the reintegration research evidence and outlines recommendations for future research.